How to use the passive in English

How to use the passive in English

Hello again! I hope you found my previous video on ‘How to form the passive’ helpful? Today’s video will answer questions like ‘Why do we even have a passive construction in English?’ and ‘What is the difference between an active and a passive sentence?’. Make sure you write some own example sentences when you have … Continue reading

How to form the passive in English

How to form the passive in English

In this video we will have a look at how to form passive sentences in English. Sometimes they are called passive constructions or passive voice, but that is all the same. We will look at example sentences using present but also past tenses in the passive. It is important to know how to form passive … Continue reading

Pronunciation Practice: l and r sounds

Pronunciation Practice: l and r sounds

This week’s video will focus on the sounds ‘l’ and ‘r’. These two sounds can be difficult, especially for students from Asia whose first language is Japanese, Chinese or Korean. Click on the link below and have a look at Tim’s jing video. It teaches you the difference between ‘l’ and ‘r’. At the end … Continue reading

Words with a final ‘s’

Words with a final ‘s’

Our first post in March is a pronunciation practice for words with a final ‘s’. For example, ‘buses’, ‘languages’, ‘changes’, ‘it’s’ and ‘George’s’. Click on the link below. Watch the jing video. Can you hear the difference? Now, practise your own pronunciation. Link to jing video. * This video uses flash and does not work … Continue reading